Home Inspection | Bellevue,WA

Home Inspection Services in Bellevue,WA - City of Bellevue has a lot to offer, from great location to a thriving downtown and one of the best school districts in the nation. The cost of housing is high so protecting your investment with the best home inspection services in town is the first step to making the move.

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Mold and Dust Mites, Which are to Blame?

For creatures and spores you can't even see, dust mites and mold can stir up a lot of trouble. About 20 million Americans are allergic to these little bugs. You may feel as if you have an endless cold or even asthma.

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Pacific Dampwood Termites

Pacific Dampwood Termites require wet or damp wood to establish colonies. Wet wood may result from wood-soil contact, leaky plumbing, leaky roofs and/or gutters, and faulty grades around the building. They will also attack wood which has become wet from condensation in poorly ventilated crawl spaces. Rain soaked firewood is another point of infestation. It is a good idea not to store firewood within 25' of the building. Remember they live in the wood they feed on. In most cases, control can be achieved by eliminating and repairing structurally unsound wood and by eliminating moisture problems.

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Rodents and your Indoor Air Quality

What does a rat infestation in your home do to your indoor air quality? Should the walls be removed, ducts replaced? Rats in Bellevue and Seattle area homes are always open to these risk.

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Rodents in Attic and Crawlspace

Rats can cause 1,000s of dollars of damage to crawlspaces. Preventing access is the cheapest solution to rat infestation of crawlspaces. If your in the Seattle area and do not have a rodent control program set up for your home odds are you will have a rat issue before you decide to sell your home.

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Sealing Access Holes for Crawlspace and Attic

Rats, Mice and Vermin....can they be stopped? Washington State is home to many rodents that will work night and day to gain access to your warm crawlspace and attic. They chew through plastic, wood and even light gauge screening. Protecting your building from there access is not only recommended but even has building code on how it needs to be done.

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